Philadelphia, PA (June 19) – Philadelphia and South Jersey area foreclosure defense authority Michael H. Gaier, Esq. recently presented “Don’t Lose Your Shirt And Your Home: What Professionals Must Know About The Tricky Area Of Foreclosure Defense” for the Burlington County Bar Association in Mt. Holly.
In his presentation, Gaier, a Haddonfield resident, provided in-depth insight into how homeowners who have become delinquent in their mortgage payments have numerous legal options to save their home, either in conjunction with a foreclosure action or with other remedies.
Joining Gaier in the educational program was Carrie J. Boyle, Esq. a Cherry Hill resident, bankruptcy attorney with McDowell Posternock of Maple Shade, NJ. Boyle addressed the interplay of foreclosure and bankruptcy and the potential effects of Chapter 13 and 7.
For over five years, Gaier has represented hundreds of homeowners in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, successfully securing principal loan reduction, dismissals of foreclosure lawsuits and loan modifications. In addition to defending homeowners when the bank sues them, Mr. Gaier has successfully filed dozen of
lawsuits against the “big banks,” including Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Chase Bank for predatory lending and loan servicing mistakes.
Boyle focuses her practice on bankruptcy law, representing both consumer and business debtors. She has handled extensive work with mortgage modifications and foreclosure defense since the housing market crash in 2008.
Shaffer & Gaier offers more than 45 years of combined legal experience to individuals and businesses in the areas of foreclosure defense, commercial litigation, personal injury and medical malpractice. To learn more, visit the Firm’s website.